Local identity and historian Norah Killip OAM will discuss her archinves and the importance of those to the Parkville Association.

Norah has been an integral part of our community her whole life and we welcome the opportunity for her to share her thoughts with many friends in Parkville.

Following the meeting there will be a brief committee meeting.

Tuesday 9th April 2019, 7:00pm

Walmsley House, Corner Gatehouse Street and Royal Parade, Parkville.


Royal Park news

Rabbit Baiting

The baiting program behind the Royal Children's Hospital has finished. If you still see rabbits (or foxes) you can report them via text message to 0412 279 156.

Working Bee

Will be held in Royal Park (Bayles Street plantings) on Wednesday 20 February. Meet at Walmsley House at 10am.


The Parkville Association is thrilled to announce the release of our very first MOBILE APP - the Parkville Heritage Walks app.

The Association acknowledges that this app is based on the extensive local history research undertaken by Norah Killip OAM, who assisted in development of the app. Funding from the Public Record Office of Victoria to assist the development of the Parkville Heritage Walks app is also acknowledged.

The Parkville Heritage Walks app provides two three self-guided tours of our historical South Parkville precinct, using your mobile phone or tablet as a digital tour guide. The app builds on the printed walks brochures and includes digital route maps and full colour photographs of each stop.

You can download the app FOR FREE today

- For Apple users (iPhone, iPad), click on this link:
Apple App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/parkville-heritage-walk/id1352835185?mt=8

- For Android users, click on this link:
Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mytoursapp.android.app1355

Or just search Parkville Heritage Walk in the app store search bar. Easy!

We are sure this app will be a hit with the younger generations, so check it out on a sunny weekend with your kids or grandchildren.

For any assistance loading the app, just contact your friendly Committee and we'll be happy to help.

If you have any comments, queries or corrections, please email us as per below.
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Local Parkville resident, Dave Collins, has prepared this account of his 'relocation journey' to get a better visual and functional outcome for his NBN service in his heritage house. Dave can be contacted at 0438 394 191 if you have any questions about the process he went through with the NBN.

The Parkville Association promotes the right of all residents to quiet enjoyment of the neighbourhood and the surrounding local environment. From time to time there have been incidents where this right has been breached - in some cases due to a lack of understanding of what constitutes a noise violation and/or what is appropriate at different times of the day or night.

Walking Tours app

The Parkville Association is thrilled to announce the release of our very first MOBILE APP - the Parkville Heritage Walk app.